Multicom 5 Plus
ETHERNET | GPRS | GSM | PSTN | PFP COMMUNICATIONS DEVICE CLASS 5 AS2201.5
A superior level of quality and design, without the superior price tag.
The MC5P connects to your existing security system, enabling delivery of your alarm messages across four transmission paths, including GPRS, GSM, Ethernet and PSTN, and does so simultaneously. If one path fails the MC5P automatically and transparently transmits across one of the remaining paths, providing constant reliable communication.
- Fully managed network with guaranteed 99.99% uptime
- Developed and supported in Australia
- 24/7 Partner tech support Australia-wide
|Alarm Format||Contact ID, Multicom Network|
|Alarm Reporting||Connection and Power Fault, Programming Update / Access, Tamper, Test Report, Zone 1 to 2 (24 hour), Zone Lockout|
|Communication Paths||4G/3G, Ethernet, Bluetooth, SMS, Serial, PFP, PSTN|
|Inputs||4 x 24 hr alarm inputs with programmable EOL resistors, Dedicated Tamper Input|
|Outputs||2 x programmable dry relay contacts|
|Polling Plan||Class 2+, Class 2, Class 3, Class 4, Class 5|
|Power Supply||16V AC, 50Hz Adaptor|
|SIM Options||Dual or Single|
Compatible with AlarmLINK
AlarmLINK for iPhone and Android devices lets you connect and control your home and business’ alarm system from anywhere in the world. It lets you, as well as the people you choose, control your alarm system. You can setup multiple sites and switch between them with ease. Access to your alarm system is protected via permissions based security as well as an optional passcode.
Compatible with TechTools
TechTools is comprehensive tool that allows technicians to manage, configure and commission Multicom alarm communicators in the field, in real-time from a PC, Apple or Andriod device.
TechTools utilises a powerful, easy-to-use permission-based security structure to protect devices from unauthorised access.
Multicom Talks Low Power
At Multicom, we get challenged from time to time on the question about “power consumption.” We have responded to the challenge and, in each new generation of alarm communicators, we have significantly decreased power consumption. This product evolution commenced in 2017 and has carried through to today’s Multicom alarm communicators.